Austin has no shortage of omakases—some that we like, and others that we don’t—and this sleek Rosedale omakase spot is a welcome addition to the crew. The meal consists of 20ish courses, in which you’ll experience bright crudos, cooked plates, and dry-aged fish over rice. The nigiri is good—with high-quality fish and rice that we wish was a tad warmer—but the stars of the show are the small, non-sushi plates. That’s where unique textures and flavors get a chance to play with each other, like in a vibrant shrimp aguachile or stewed winter vegetables in a rich, savory broth. At $175, this is one of the pricier omakases in town, but you can also rest assured knowing there are no tacky upsells on the end to ensure you get full.